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300 Years of French Culture in Alabama

Sixteen years before they founded New Orleans, the French established a settlement on the Gulf of Mexico, a town now called Mobile, in Alabama. To celebrate the bi-centennial of its annexation by the United States, Alabama is organizing a symposium on its French heritage this weekend. We asked Steve Murray, director of the Alabama Department of Archives and History, to...

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Blue Skies for French Aircraft in Alabama

European aircraft manufacturer Airbus opened its first assembly plant in the United States in September 2015. This symbolic arrival in a place historically home by its competitor Boeing is set to meet a quickly increasing demand from the American market. We went to the town of Mobile, Alabama, to find out more. The former military base in Mobile is now...